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20 Factors That Strongly Influence Your Personal Divorce Experience

9 Responses

  1. Yes yes yes!!! Absolutely spot on. Thank you – this is a GREAT post.

  2. Patrick says:

    Excellent summary. #6 was my adventure through the Family Law System. Even after everything was finalized, my ex has continued to find ways to engage in a fight. The latest was a FedEx envelope addressed to her but delivered to my address. I added her contact information to the envelope and dropped it back in the FedEx drop-off. A couple of days later the police call me concerning a report that my ex was accusing me of stealing her identity. It did not take long for the officer to determine who was crazy. I never responded and now all mail addressed to her is dropped in the shredder. 😀 Life is good.

  3. Tracie says:

    This is a great site, many helpful essay’s. Thank you!

  4. I’m so glad I clicked through to read this post. And I’m really glad I follow you because I need this positive perspective of divorce as I grow through my own. If it’s worth sharing, you’ve definitely given me a better outlook on life regarding this. Knowing that someone else has been there and gotten through it helps a lot.

    • stilllearning2b says:

      I’m so glad it helps:) That perspective from down the road is why I still write. Keep taking those steps ❤️

  1. April 26, 2019

    […] then there is the very real fact that every person is different, every divorce unique. Here are twenty factors that strongly influence your personal divorce experience. Read them and remember that healing does not speak […]

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